Just because your iPhone or iPad can run iOS 11 doesn’t mean it supports ARKit. Check out TMO’s list of ARKit-capable devices.
If the police ever try to force you to unlock your iPhone, you can temporarily disable TouchID in iOS 11. Of course, that won’t stop them from getting a search warrant, but that is part of the lawful process anyway.
In Photos under iOS, you can easily duplicate a Live Image as a still one. So if you’d like to preserve the extra info in your live shot while creating a still version, you can!
If you’ve got some of Apple’s awesome little AirPods, you should know that you can change how they work; you could adjust what happens when you double-tap them, for example. That’s the subject of today’s Quick Tip!
Bryan Chaffin explains how Bitcoin faucets work and which faucets you can trust to pay. [Update: Added multiple faucets to the confirmed list, added 8 Litecoin faucets, 7 Bitcoin Cash faucets, 2 Dogecoin faucets, and reorganized the lists. – Bryan]
There’s a hidden redial feature in the iPhone’s Phone app keypad, and Melissa Holt shows you how it works.
If you love tinkering in the Terminal and ever need to batch convert image files, this trick is right up your alley.
This is a variation on making a screenshot selection (only screenshotting the area you choose) but it involves pressing one extra button.
This Quick Tip is all about adding a custom image to your iOS playlists, so if you don’t like the look of the default album artwork Apple uses, you can switch it up! We’ve got the music-picture-changin’ details inside.
While quite a few folks bemoaned yet another change to the Control Center in iOS 11, Jeff Butts has grown to love its flexibility, modularity, and ability to make life with the iPhone or iPad even more productive.
This can be particularly useful when you’re generating a password for a website or service that (inexplicably) limits which special characters you can use.
You can store more than passwords securely in Keychain Access, and Melissa Holt shows you how.
You’ll be pleased to learn how easy this feature is to use, if you haven’t already discovered it.
You may not like it at first, because it’s different, but once you get used to it you’ll wonder why Apple didn’t do it this way in the first place.